Oh Mercy

Oh Mercy
Oh Mercy
Album par Bob Dylan
Sortie 18 septembre 1989
Enregistrement printemps 1989
Durée 38:46
Genre rock
Producteur Daniel Lanois
Label Columbia
Classement #6 (Royaume-Uni)
#30 (États-Unis)
Critique Allmusic[1]3,5 étoiles
Robert Christgau[2] : B
Rolling Stone[3] : 4/5
Albums de Bob Dylan
Dylan & The Dead (1989)
Under the Red Sky (1990)

Oh Mercy est un album de Bob Dylan sorti en 1989.

Sommaire

Historique

Produit par Daniel Lanois, c'est un album très novateur où il utilise 15 instruments différents. Néanmoins, il y a aussi des ballades sentimentales. Oh Mercy était un nouveau départ pour Dylan, comme il l'écrit dans son autobiographie, Chronicles, 1.

Titres

Toutes les chansons sont écrites et composées par Bob Dylan.

  1. Political World – 3:43
  2. Where Teardrops Fall – 2:30
  3. Everything Is Broken – 3:12
  4. Ring Them Bells – 3:00
  5. Man in the Long Black Coat – 4:30
  6. Most of the Time – 5:02
  7. What Good Am I? – 4:45
  8. Disease of Conceit – 3:41
  9. What Was It You Wanted – 5:02
  10. Shooting Star – 3:12

Musiciens

  • Malcolm Burn et Mark Howard – enregistrement
  • Malcolm Burn et Daniel Lanois – mixage
  • Mark Howard – Studio Installation
  • Greg Calbi et Sterling Sound, New York – masterisation

Références


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